As the saying goes, every rose has its thorn. But, what we call thorns are actually not thorns at all.
For many animals, camouflage is an important part of survival. But a zebra's bold stripes can't help to disguise it in its natural habitat, the open plains.
In the spring, the eastern half of North America turns into one big spittoon for spittlebugs.
Is there still such a thing as a plesiosaur? What do we know about them?
Ever been so scared that you can't move? Well freezing is actually an effective defense mechanism!
Despite the fact that they don't communicate through sound, some moths have ears. Find out why on this Moment of Science.
Researchers have found that you can tape record the various calls made by Vervet monkeys and play them back one at a time.
How lancewood tree leaves change to defend against the moa, a flightless bird.
Native American stories and legends depict crows as witty and tricky. Modern behaviorists agree; crows are one of the more intelligent bird species.
Unfortunately, evolution often detours along a crooked path until species become more "fit" for their environments.